At the time, Southern Italy was a territory rich in companies belonging to the textile sector, due to the great availability of manpower. However, Vito Verardi had in mind an innovative production model, based on the attention to detail and internationalization of distribution
Few years later, the company passed into the hands of the sisters Anna and Sonia (hence the name of the company). The quality remained, the production intensified. Anson has become a model of entrepreneurship characterized by the care and style typically Italian, combined with the rigor and attention to details, typical of multinationals. In a very short time, annual production reached over 28,000,000 pairs of socks per year. 90% of the business was directed to the foreign market.
The company is now managed by Anna’s daughter, Maira Paiano, who carries Anson forward with commitment and orientation to growth. Innovation and research are the basis of its business model, while production becomes increasingly customer-oriented and customized. Thanks to Maira, today Anson is increasingly focused on a technical and sophisticated market offering a quality alternative, durable and at competitive prices. Everybody could feel the quality, wear it and appreciate it.
Anson is an Italian company attentive to detail at every stage of production.
It is one of the few companies who produces its socks entirely in Italy, from design to packaging.
INNOVATION IS OUR MISSION
We are always attentive to new products and we try to follow them with commitment. Our company has innovated more and more, discovering new fabrics to use, technologies and forms, but also adopting new machinery, cutting edge, respectful of people and the environment.
This has allowed us to increase production and meet the needs of our customers quickly.
We are punctual, with deliveries of even 18 days and a really efficient after-sales service.
The prerequisite for the certification of products according to STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® is that all components of an article are made from recycled yarns and fulfil the required criteria.
STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® is an independent and internationally uniform control and certification system for raw materials, semi-finished and finished products, which marks products that pose no health risk to consumers.
Anson is equipped with an organizational system in accordance with ISO 9001. These apply to all business processes, from commercial to purchasing management, to production.
Anson has decided to join the Sedex organization as a Supplier member to explain its social responsibilities, so that it can provide its customers with the certainty of respecting the laws of ethics and regulations to achieve a safer supply chain management.
The BCI is the largest cotton sustainability program in the world born from cooperation between several partners, such as the WWF and the State Secretariat of the Economy (SECO), which now supports nearly 1,5 million small producers engaged in responsible cotton production under the BCI license.